Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung visits Yukgeori General Market in Sangsang-gu, Cheongju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do on the 21st and appeals for support with an impromptu speech. Cheongju | yunhap news
On the 21st, Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung said, “There are reports that Lee Jae-myung received 4.3 billion won.”
Candidate Lee said this in an impromptu speech while meeting with merchants and citizens at Yukgeori General Market in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do. Candidate Lee said, “I fought the Park Geun-hye and Lee Myung-bak governments as a civil rights activist, human rights lawyer, and powerless mayor of Seongnam. It’s still leaking,” he said.
The Chosun Ilbo reported on the 19th that the prosecution secured a statement from Mr. Lee, the representative of an apartment sales agency in the 5 districts of Daejang-dong, that “I handed 4.3 billion won to lawyer Nam, and this was used to pay for the re-election campaign for Seongnam Mayor at the time of Lee Jae-myung.” He said, “If I had received even 1 won, would I be able to survive for 10 years under the Lee Myung-bak and Park Geun-hye regimes?”
Regarding lawyer Nam Wook, a private developer in Daejang-dong, candidate Lee said, “Nam Wook said, ‘I lobbied (me) for 10 years, but the seed didn’t work'” and “I don’t eat the seed. But will the corrupt people who drive me as a corruption master, and those who criticize Lee Jae-myung for stealing property even though they steal, will lead this country fairly and give people a fair chance?” he said. It was aimed at the opposition party, who had been claiming his innocence and raising suspicions that he was involved in the Daejang-dong development project preferential treatment.
As if conscious of Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol, candidate for People’s Power, Lee said, “In a global crisis, people who do not know anything about state affairs and what they are thinking, without proven skills, can only look at the blueprint for a golden future drawn somewhere and entrust our fate. is it?” he said. He said, “Do you want to go back to the past? Do you want to go to the future?” After asking, “Power is not a tool to satisfy one’s private desires, it is not a means to satisfy one’s feelings of revenge. will,” he said. As if conscious of the theory of regime change, which is stronger than the theory of regime maintenance, he asked him to use his administrative experience and performance as a criterion for voting instead of judging the current government.